Higher costs and delays have forced the U.S. Agency for International Development to drastically scale back plans to build housing in Haiti.
Kansas will pay a former state senator $13,000 to settle his lawsuit over a decision by gambling regulators to block his involvement in a dog-racing track in his hometown.
Kansas gambling revenues raised through lottery ticket sales and three state-owned casinos are expected to top $150 million for the fiscal year ending June 30.
Stocks are rising in midday trading on Wall Street after several encouraging economic reports brought buyers back to the market.
Veterinarians are warning animal lovers and pet owners to pay attention to a disease crawling into northeast Kansas just in time for summer.
Two Harvard graduates will be in the state shooting a film about a Kansas family that murdered several people in their home in the late 1800′s.
Former Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Hathaway, a World War II prisoner of war who upset Maine legend Margaret Chase Smith but then lost his seat after one term to William Cohen, has died. He was 89.
The Supreme Court says governments that withhold development permits may owe compensation to property owners.
A federal appeals court says former Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod can continue her defamation case against a conservative blogger.
The great minds of the toy industry will be honored alongside their famous creations when the Toy Industry Hall of Fame combines with the National Toy Hall of Fame under a partnership announced Tuesday.